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Watch Now France vs Australia Pumpkin Bread – You Suck at Cooking (episode 81)


Pumpkin bread is great for sandwiches, or on it’s own.
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To make pumpkin bread, heat the undo to 350.

Sift this stuff together in a bowl:
3 1/2 Cups all-purpose flour
2 Teaspoons baking soda
1 Teaspoons baking powder
⅔ teaspoon table salt
2 Teaspoons pumpkin pie spice

Combine this stuff with a hand mixer:
3/4 cup unsalted butter, softened
2 ½ cups Brown sugar

Then electro-wangjangle this stuff into that stuff (meaning the butter and sugar) until it’s one big bowl of glob sauce.
4 large eggs
1 15- Ounce can pumpkin (not pumpkin pie filling)
½ cup water

Then add the dry ingredients slowly and rewang the jang out of it until it’s one smooth glob and get
1 cup of chopped walnuts in there.

Spray two loaf pans with non stick spray then pour the batter between them. Bake them for an hour. Check them with a tooth pick. If there’s not much stuff sticking to the toothpick, you’re good. Slide them out after a few minutes and let them cool for an hour or two.

Then eat them.

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Watch Now France vs Australia Modified Ramen – You Suck at Cooking (episode 80)


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“Instant noodles were invented by Momofuku Ando (born Go Pek-Hok) of Nissin Foods in Japan.[1] They were launched in 1958 under the brand name Chikin Ramen. In 1971, Nissin introduced Cup Noodles, the first cup noodle product. Instant noodles are marketed worldwide under many brand names.

Ramen, a Japanese noodle soup, is sometimes used as a descriptor for instant noodle flavors by some Japanese instant noodle manufacturers. It has become synonymous in America for all instant noodle products.[2]”

If you’ve never had actual ramen from a Japanese restaurant, put that at the top of your food-related to do list. Actually go right now. I don’t care if you’re at work, just go.

Recipes:
Checking for WABS is mostly necessary with the cheap North American packets (as far as I know). If you get Asian versions of instant ramen there are a LOT of great ones with tons of flavor, sauces, dehydrated vegetables. Also the ones served in cup seems to be more deluxe.

Recipe #1: Broth of choice, Scallions and eggs. I tend to cook my egg most of the way through but you do you, boo.

Recipe #2: Veggie or chicken broth, Scallions, peanut butter, chopped broccoli. This is my favorite. A simpler version of my spicy peanut butter soup video.

Recipe #3: No broth, Bacon, butter, parmesan. For when you’re feeling filthy and want to compound it.

Recipe #4: Veggie or chicken broth, Indian curry paste and chic peas. There are a lot of veggies that would work well in this. There are also a ton of Indian curry pastes but I haven’t met one I didn’t like.

Recipe #5 Beef broth, spinach, sliced steak. Slice the steak as thinly as possible. I was looking for flank steak, ended up using top sirloin, you could also use hanger steak or skirt steak…there is a lot of opinions on steak cuts but I’m already out of my comfort zone. Just in life in general.

If you’ve read this far, congratulations, I’m giving away a prize to the few that get this far. The prize is the gift of reading my random ramblings for the next couple of minutes.

Do you ever find yourself sitting around, living life, then suddenly you’re all WTF? I mean W IN T ACTUAL F. In an existential kind of way. Honestly the weight of actually existing, even when things are going great, is sometimes just super overwhelming. I’m not sure it’s really fathomable. I mean if we think about the beginning of the universe and try to imagine the nothing that it came from, it’s gotta be a trick. Like there can’t have ever been nothing. But if there can’t have ever been nothing then…this is the point at which I’ve actually gone mad. Help. My brain is trying to stretch in a way it wasn’t built for. My brain isn’t Simone Biles, you know? And you shouldn’t expect it to be. It has limits. But is that just the ceiling of my own confidence? The real problem here is that I said you won a prize, and usually prizes are supposed to be something good where you feel, “yeah, I totally just won a prize, man, I love prizes.” But just look at this. I’m not even sorry. It’s possible I was up late last night.

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Watch Now France vs Australia Toasted Tomato Sandwich – You Suck at Cooking (episode 79)


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Watch Now France vs Australia Lemon Blueberry Scones – You Suck at Cooking (episode 78)


I accidentally cut out the SALT clip. Add a dash of salt to those dry ingredients.
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How to make these scones:

2 cups of all purpose flour
3 tablespoons of sugar (if you want them sweeter add more…amazing how that works)
1 tablespoon of baking powder
A PINCH OF SALT! I accidentally cut it out of the video DAMMIT.
1 gallon of baking soda to keep you cool
Wangjangle those ingredients together
Chop up most of a stick of butter into little bits
Mix them in and go chunk hunting
Make a little volcano cavity chamber impression
Pour in one cup of cream…if you want your scones to be more cakey use half a cup of cream and 2 eggs. They’ll also be more yellow.
Barely mix the dough, don’t overwerk it
Put the dough on a floured surface and form it into some kind of rectangular shape
Cut it in half. Then in half. Then in half. Then in half.
Separate the pieces on a parchment papered pan. They are going to expand, just like the universe. Checkmate atheists.
Bake them for around 20-24 minutes on 4 hundo.

They’re so good when they’re still warm omg, with even more butter on them, OMFG SERIOUSLY.

Also I want to try to Scottish British UK scones with clotted cream. Because even though the term “clotted cream” is the most unappetizing two words ever written, it looks incredible.

Or use one of these which is where I started:

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Watch Now France vs Australia Loaded Baked Potato – You Suck at Cooking (episode 77)


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Recipe:
Baking-bake a potato on 4 Hundo for 45-50 minutes, or
Micro Bake a potato for 10 minutes, or
Slow Bake a potato for 6 years.
Don’t forget to poke those fork holes.
Cut the top open and dig out the nothingness.
Mix the nothing with a whole lot of something:
Butter, cream cheese, cheddar, sour cream, chives, bacon.
Boullion made strong, cumin, cream cheese, cheddar, broccoli
Wangjangle all the stuff together
Then restuff the potatoes
Put some more cheese and chives or bacon on top
Back in the Undo for a few minutes.
More sour cream and chives on top.

If all this sounds like a bit too much, just sprinkle some salt on a raw potato and order a pizza.

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